The Fort Wayne Mad Ants, presented by Lutheran Health Network, finalized their 2015 Draft Class at the closing of the 2015 NBA D-League Draft Saturday.
Abby Bergeron scored the game winning goal in overtime to lead Canterbury to their second straight state title in girls soccer.
The Allen County SPCA held its first Howl-O-Ween for Pets at the Bob Rohrman Subaru of Fort Wayne dealership from 10 to noon.
Annie’s Craft Festival continues Sunday at the Grand Wayne Center.
Jay County investigators said a man with a preliminary BAC of .175 drove through a house in Pennville Friday night.
There was an outage Saturday that affected some- but not all- of the mall’s stores.
Jordyn Lexton founded the nonprofit Drive Change, which uses the food truck to teach the formerly incarcerated cooking, hospitality, money management and even emotional development to prepare them for re-entry into the job market.
The guns were sold to former police officers, reserve police officers and the public.
The artifacts will go to the Smithsonian’s new African American History and Culture museum, which is set to open in 2016.
Dual credit courses were taken by more than 65,000 Indiana students last school year. It’s not clear how that number will change in the future.
The plan is to turn the 950,000-square-foot building and a pair of adjacent two-story buildings into a place for high-technology businesses, manufacturing, offices, condominiums, stores and restaurants.
“The last few years have shone a bright light on the systemic effects of racism and injustice,” she said.